Bring MYVIDEO back to Facebook
MYVIDEO is the most popular Georgian video sharing and online TV streaming website. Operating in a country with a total population of approximately 3.7 million, 2.5 of which are active internet users, the website achieves 2 million unique visitors per month. The # of registered users is over 1.4 million and we can boldly say, that only several global platforms have such intense coverage in Georgia.
On Thursday, October 29, Facebook removed the business page of MYVIDEO, along with the user group of over 3 000 members, that was used for directly connecting users with the website developers to share their complaints and suggestions. Besides, each and every link containing myvideo is blocked from sharing, even in private conversations, due to UNSAFETY.
Furthermore, the Facebook authorization feature, built-in to our website, has stopped working as well. Considering the amount of our registered users, a great deal of which use their Facebook profiles for authorization, this MISBLOCK disturbs our working processes severely.
Moreover, thousands of other Georgian websites containing our embed codes, back links and other references also have problems while sharing their content.
The most disappointing fact is that no single alert or notification had been sent to any of the page administrators either prior to, or since the blocking.
We tried to report this problem on developers.facebook.com, but each time we got auto-reply on email, saying that they can not provide individual assistance on this matter. We have already used every possible communication tool provided in help section, but have received no reply.
We are completely ready to cooperate and eliminate any possible reason for blocking, if you can advice us how to proceed or more details of our infringement.
Please help us by signing this petition in support of bringing MYVIDEO back to Facebook.